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See-Blitz survival strobe
The See-Blitz 3 Tracker is the
latest evolution of the See-Blitz
Safety and Survival Signalling
Designed to reliably
achieve maximum visibility
and perform in extreme
environments, it is currently
used by racing yachts, AMSA,
Defence and professional
SAR organisations world-
The new fixed light feature enables
aircraft/helicopter pilots and crew of small
boats to maintain sighting to recover sur vivors
without losing spatial perception caused
by the intense flash. When a steady light
of constant intensity is presented together
with a varying source (strobe) the eye /brain
is able to maintain the image without loss of
Independent power management
systems, one for the strobe and one for the
steady tracking light results in more efficient
use of battery power overall.
Owners of previous models of See-Blitz
can have their beacons upgraded to See-Blitz
3 Tracker. Ever y See-Blitz beacon is repairable
with spare parts designed to be compatible
with the earliest model.
Survival Strategies – 02 9894 7313.
chisel tip, roll-bar
and skids, the Rocna
is rapidly buried on
the ocean floor –
holding-power in all
thick weed and kelp.
design, the weight distribution of a Rocna
is such that it will self-launch, the roll-bar
guarantees the correct attitude for setting is
achieved every time, and also means dedicated
tip-weight is not required. The chisel tip cuts
through hard sand and weed or grass, and the
skids at the rear guide the anchor through its
setting motion, ensuring a quick and reliable
set in all seabeds.
Jimmy Cornell, highly regarded author of
World Cruising Routes has selected Rocna for his
new yacht SV Aventura built for the latest Blue
Water Odyssey yacht rally.
Sizes range from 4kg up to 110 kgs so there
is a Rocna to suit your boat, whether she’s a
small runabout or a vessel displacing 50 tons.
Ocean Solutions – Stands 385 & 394A.
Selden’s adjustable tack for
developed a separate
movable tack swivel
enabling the sailor
to trim the luff of
the sail from the
cockpit. It’s called
ATS (Adjustable Tack
The swivel slides
vertically along the
torsional rigid line,
the AT-cable, and the
sail attaches to the upper ring of the swivel.
The higher position of the swivel, the deeper
the sail shape. The performance of the furlable
gennaker will be improved as the sailshape
can be adjusted according to the apparent
A great advantage, as opposed to trimming
the luff by slacking the halyard, is that the AT-
cable is permanently tensioned and the GX
system always ready to furl the sail.
The swivel is made of stainless steel with
Torlon ball bearings and the sliding sleeve is
Acetal. For yachts already having a Seldén GX
system, the ATS is easily retrofitted.
Contender Sailcloth – Stand 315.
Icom’s Active Noise Cancelling
A marine radio is one of the most
important safety tools on board any vessel.
Icom Australia’s range of VHF and HF marine
transceivers feature the latest technology
innovations and are renowned for their high
quality and reliability.
Icom has a complete range of marine radios
suitable for all your marine needs.
Icom Australia will be displaying the
latest range of marine products featuring
Active Noise Cancelling Technology, which
reducesbackground noise by up to 90 percent
and transmits your voice clearly.
Active Noise Cancelling also improves
voice quality by differentiating voice from
background noise through Digital Signal
So, whether it is engine noises on a boat,
roaring winds or cresting waves, Icom’s Noise
Active Cancelling Technology digitally removes
noise and transmits clearly.
Icom Australia – Stands 386 & 386A.
Fleming Yachts have now produced over
230 hulls of the Fleming 55, which is said to
be the ultimate cruising yacht by many boating
journalists and Fleming Owners around the
Fleming Yachts Australia will be exhibiting
the latest Australian Fleming 55 Hull #233 at
this year’s Sydney International Boat Show.
An obsessive desire to make the best even
better has resulted in a vessel with hundreds
of practical and sensible improvements since
its inception in 1985, allied to the latest that
technology can offer.
The Fleming 55 has become a truly
international success story; the ideal choice
for discerning yachtsmen who appreciate the
amazing attention to detail, superb engineering
and workmanship, an extraordinarily quiet ride,
the sophisticated on-board monitoring systems
and the beautifully crafted interiors.
Through 28 years of building, she has
proven to be a thoroughly timeless design.
Fleming Yachts – Cockle Bay Marina, Darling
Beta Diesel increase warranty
period from to five years
Beta Diesel Australia P/L, are the importer/
distributor of the Kubota based diesel engines
that are marinized in England by Beta Marine
to Lloyds specifications, thus guaranteeing the
ver y best in quality materials and workmanship.
Their focus is on total quality, not
manufacturing just to a price.
In fact, Beta UK have had so very few
Warranty claims world-wide they have proudly
announced an increase of the warranty period
from three to five years
The Beta engine range is from 10-150 HP
and most of these models will be exhibited at
their stand. Another new model which will be
shown this year is the 38HP which fits neatly
between the 35 and 43HP models.
Beta will also be exhibiting some Beta
Gensets, which range from 4-50KVA that are
also Kubota based. The total range in Gensets
is 4-1,100 KVA.
Beta Diesel – Stand 353.
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